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When it comes to savings, for many the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak. But not for Rwakira Boneventure who is well into his sixties. In this report he opens up about his savings journey and what that has done for him now that he is retired.
Former Premier and Presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi is urging Ugandans to demand and cause change in the political leadership of the country. Mbabazi says if the people of Zimbabwe, South Africa and Ethiopia did it, Ugandans can do the same. The former premier appealed to religious leaders to push...
Parents, teachers and local leaders in the western district of Isingiro are growing increasingly concerned over one the oldest schools in the district. Kikagate primary school constructed in 1960s is on the brink of collapse with huge cracks having appeared in the walls. Poor infrastructure and sanitation continue to...
A section of legislators are threatening to push for the resignation of the Uganda Communications Commission Executive Director if the communications regulatory body, renews licenses of Telecom companies operating in Uganda. The MPs led by Mwine Mpaka says UCC needs to act and guard against the increasing cyber crimes...
Civil society groups working with refugees have questioned the system used in the management of refugees in the country – warning that there will be more scandals if the refugee policy is not reviewed. The civil society group led by the African Women and Youth Action for Development (AWYAD)...
The body of a twenty six year man has been discovered in the northern town of Gulu sparking a wave of fear among residents in Gulu Municipality. Sunday Okello who was operating a barber shop is the fourth person killed in a space of one week.
Institutions of education in Uganda could soon be required by government to keep the sabath holy. This as President Museveni says he will consider a request by Seventh Day Adventists faith to ban the scheduling of examinations on Saturday, their official day of worship. President Museveni made the revelation...
The 2018 edition of the MUBS Alumni run will take place on Sunday the 18th February in Kampala as part of the institution’s activities to raise funds for the construction of an education centre for persons with disabilities. Uganda’s steeplechase queen Dorcus Inzikuru will be the star act for...
In an ideal world we should start saving when we start earning our first paycheck. Sadly despite working for decades, some Ugandans earning six digit salaries get to the evening of their lives with little to show. Politicians tend to fall in this category. Former Women Parliamentarians in the...
Universal Secondary Education was introduced to improve the enrolment of children into secondary education particularly those from UPE schools. Over 10 years later, USE schools continue to perform poorly raising the question – is government looking for quantity or quality?
The Uganda tobacco control coordination forum wants government to revise the recently amended excise duty act 2017 arguing that the country looses billions of shillings in court cases by the tobacco industry for unfair taxation contrary to the East African community Treaty and attendant protocols.
It was a day the nation would never forget, a painful memory we would be forced to come to terms with every 16th February, the day the Archbishop Janan Luwum was murdered in cold blood by President Idi Amin. In this report, Isabella Tugume takes a journey back into...
President Yoweri Museveni has received an interim report from the Commission of Inquiry into Land Matters in Uganda. The Commission’s Chairperson, Justice Catherine Bamugemereire, handed over the report to the President during a meeting held last evening at Kawumu Presidential Demonstration Farm in Luweero District.
The country returns to celebrate the life of Uganda’s celebrated Archbishop Janani Luwum whose contribution inspired many especially the young generation. As we count down to the day put aside to celebrate his legacy ,we take a walk down the memory lane as former archbishop Henry Luke orombi recalls...
The country returns to celebrate the life of Uganda’s celebrated archbishop Janani Luwum whose contribution inspired many especially the young generation. As we count down to the day put aside to celebrate his legacy ,we take a walk down the memory lane as former archbishop Henry Luke orombi recalls...
Caught in the throes of a damning scandal, the Office of the Prime Minister has today promised action on officials named in the refugee graft scandal. With four officials already interdicted, Disaster Preparedness minister Hilary Onek says they have within a month to bring formal charges against those implicated in...
Members of the Ugandan Parliament regardless of their political affiliations have described the forceful increasing resignations of heads of State by their political parties as a sign of growing democracy, respect of people’s rights and commitment to fight increasing Corruption. But to the Opposition members in Parliament, the growing...
SAMPAUL NAKHAIMA COFFEE CONFERENCE The international Coffee organization has asked government of Uganda to create a practical enabling environment for local coffee farmers so that there can be an improvement in production levels in order to tap into the global market According to Jose Sette, the executive director of...